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Wednesday, April 19, 2006


Ahoy!Shiver me timbers yer son of a biscuit eater! Pass me more soy sauce!

Like autumn following summer, as night follows day, yet again the nutjobs are out on the internerd spruiking their nonsense like the dull little parrots they sadly are ...
Sick of paying a fortune for petrol? There is a SIMPLE solution. Oil companies and petrol suppliers are colluding to form a monopoly. To fight back, all that consumers need to do is to act as one. The following information holds the key to never paying more than 80 cents per litre for petrol in Australia. This information was published more than 6 months ago but Australian consumers appear to be happy to pay more than $1.30 per litre because nobody has bothered to spread the word.
As I mentioned on this thread, it's all a vast fishy conspiracy. So, when is the government going to admit we'll being attacked by giant killer squid? We've seen their evil groupthink at work, slowly infiltrating local councils, subtly altering state government policies and even telling Johnny what to do! Nothing will stop GIANT KILLER SQUID from their final goal - TOTAL WORLD DOMINATION!!!

Except for the fact I love Chilli-Salt Squid with ginger & extra crispy noodles.

For those perusing this blog with a slightly more mature outlook, here's a link to a PhD dissertation discussing alternative bike culture and some mob calling themselves Critical Mass. Well worth the read.


  • Too funny. I presume the writer is interested in us driving rather than riding, a funny thing to post on a cycling forum.

    A conspiracy theorist would then have to presume that the writer actually works for the iol companies and is employing some kind of reverse psychological warfare.

    Coopers with squid is nice, calamari on the side........with chips!

    By Anonymous Phil, at 7:58 am, April 20, 2006  

  • Shuddup the both of you! Making me hungry, and/or thirsty!

    Mmmm, coopers, squid and chips.

    By Anonymous TimC, at 3:54 pm, April 20, 2006  

  • Below the thunders of the upper deep,
    Far, far beneath in the abysmal sea,
    His ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep
    The Kraken sleepeth: faintest sunlights flee
    About his shadowy sides; above him swell

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:18 pm, April 20, 2006  

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